Who we are...

We are a Gospel proclaiming, Jesus loving ministry dedicated to spreading the Gospel of the Lord Jesus
Christ online. We provide Bible Questions and answers (EternalAnswers.org) along with general counsel
and support. We stand firm on God's Word.

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Since the original fall of man in the Garden of Eden, man has been cursed by sin. Whether we like it or not,
we're all sinners and the wages of sin is death. but glory be to God who became flesh in the Person of Jesus
Christ, who lived a perfect, sinless life and died in our place!

Now sinners may be saved! In order to receive the gift of everlasting life we must repent of our sin (turn away
from it) and trust alone in Jesus Christ as Savior!

Don't believe you're a sinner? Ask yourself this:

Have I ever told a lie? What do you call someone who tells lies? A liar, right?

Have I ever taken something that didn't belong to me, even as a small child? What do you call someone who takes something that doesn't belong to him? A thief, right?

Have I ever had impure thoughts about someone who was not my spouse? What do you call someone who has impure thoughts about someone who is not their spouse? An adulterer, right?

If you answered yes to these questions, you are a self admitted lying, thieving adulterer at heart. And we've only
gone through three of the 10 commandments.

So if you die in your sins and you stand before God on Judgement Day, will you be guilty or innocent?

God became Flesh and Took your Place! All you have to do is repent and trust in Him

About 2,000 years ago, God Himself became flesh in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. The Lord Jesus lived a
life without sin and then gave Himself on a cross to pay for your sin because He loves you. But this gift is only
for those who repent (turn away from) of their sins and trust in Jesus Christ.

Will you do that today?

Do you have a Bible at at home? If not, get one! Start reading it (we recommend starting at John, but you can
start wherever you like.)

Pray daily too!

Luke 19:10 For the son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.

We HIGHLY recommend the Spurgeon Archive for solid, Biblical preaching: http://www.spurgeon.org/mainpage.htm